Williamsville East's 10th straight win came at the expense of Amherst, 10-1, in an ECIC II baseball game called in the fifth inning by rain. Tom Hausler scattered three hits to pick up his fourth win. John Quartironi and Steve Kanutsu had two hits to key the Flames' 10-hit attack.
ECIC I: James Piazza had three hits and joined Nathan Ruckdaschel in driving in two runs as Williamsville North beat West Seneca West, 11-5. . . . Adam Bristol struck out eight and had an RBI double for Orchard Park in a 6-2 win over Frontier.
ECIC III: Sean Staszczyk drove in Jeremy Nowak with the winning run after Ed Hoefler tied the game on a walk as Cheektowaga rallied in the seventh to beat Springville, 13-12. . . . Nick Coronado and Steve Kensy had three hits each as Maryvale beat Depew, 8-7.
Monsignor Martin Association: Matt Cullen and Matt Sullivan combined on a two-hitter for Timon/St. Jude in an 8-0 win over Cardinal O'Hara. . . . Andrew Russo had two hits as St. Joe's beat Niagara Catholic, 5-2, in a game called in the sixth.
Niagara-Orleans: Steve Geltz fanned 11 and homered, while Paul Chase drove in three runs for league-leading Wilson (4-0) in an 11-3 win over Medina. . . . Matt Saeva (four RBIs) and Bobby Warne each homered in Albion's 12-5 win over Akron.
Cornell Cup: Riverside out-slugged Lafayette, 11-9, in five innings to extend its winning streak in the Cornell Cup to 20 games. Andrew Berdych and E.J. Cieslikowski had two hits each for the Frontiers (5-0). . . . Chris Faltisco drove in Xavier Vega with the winning run as Burgard edged Bennett, 10-9. . . . Jeff Cox and Zack Rojek combined on a two-hitter as City Honors blanked Traditional, 10-0. . . . Justin Myer and Jeremy Parshal each drove in two runs as South Park beat Grover Cleveland, 7-3.
Lady Jacks Tournament: Williamsville South puts its 34-game winning streak on the line today at 3 p.m. against Kenmore West as it looks to defend its title. Sophomore Chelsea Plimpton (38-0) has yet to lose in her high school career. She'll be opposed by Blue Devils sophomore Michelle Krier, who threw a perfect game against North Tonawanda in last weekend's first round.
Amherst plays Lockport in today's first game at 9 a.m. Games will be played throughout the day at Edward Belbas Fields in North Tonawanda with the championship scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
ECIC II: Sammy Vara drove in four runs with four hits as Hamburg cruised past Pioneer, 19-2.
Niagara-Orleans: Shannon Lotz scattered three hits and BreeAnn Blackchief had two hits as Akron beat Albion, 8-1.
Thompson Trophy: Maria Tronolone and Ashleigh Then had three hits as City Honors beat Bennett, 18-0. . . . Dawn Mancinella pitched a three-hitter for Emerson in a 4-1 win over Riverside.